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Where To Buy Nice Lingerie __EXCLUSIVE__

Torrid is the place to go for cute and comfy clothing and lingerie options that come in plus sizes, from jeans to best-selling bras. Talk about everything you need! This T-Shirt bra in particular comes in sizes up to 48DD.

where to buy nice lingerie

If no-fuss, cool-girl lingerie is your thing, then Fortnight Lingerie is for you. The brand carries a ton of stunning lacy bodysuits. These are the perfect way to look cute while still staying comfortable.

Often mistakenly seen solely as a ploy to impress a lover on special occasions, lingerie sets can make you feel just as good as your actual clothes can: confident, sexy and empowered. In fact, often even more so than the outfit itself. As such, investing in a few key pieces from the best lingerie retailers in the business is the ultimate act of self-care. And yes, lingerie is an investment purchase: just as important as spending on good quality loungewear or pair of high-waisted jeans. Your underwear provides the foundations for your every outfit, determining the overall comfort of your day-to-day and your overall mood.

Rest assured: this round-up doesn't feature labels that solely cater to French lace-adorned sexy lingerie, corsets and dainty babydolls. These lingerie brands cover all bases, from bras for small boobs to the most comfortable thongs, the best shapewear and big, high-waist undies. We've got affordable lingerie brands (case in point: Boux Avenue, Pour Moi and M&S) alongside luxury lingerie brands (think: Coco de Mer and Dora Larsen). Plus, those famous lingerie brands that remain popular for good reason. Lounge Underwear, Agent Provocateur and Victoria's Secret, we're looking at you.

Born back in 2015, Lounge's first main goal was to create comfort-made-sexy lingerie. Since its very first (and viral) design, the Triangle Set, it has expanded into more daring territories - think sexy lingerie in sheer and lace fabrics - and has seriously gained traction. An influencer favourite, this brand is definitely one to update your top drawer with.

London-based lingerie brand Coco de Mer first started as a small underwear boutique in Covent Garden, and has since grown to become a powerhouse luxury lingerie brand where functionality meets luxury. They stock lace and silk underwear sets, robes, suspenders and bodysuits.

Would any round-up of the best lingerie brands be complete without a mention of the backbone of every high street, M&S? We'd argue not. We can safely assume that most women in the UK own at least one of their bras for good reason, whether that's from the iconic and elegant Rosie by Autograph range or otherwise. There for your every lingerie need in every stage of your life, M&S stocks training bras, nursing bras, silk and lace sexy lingerie, cotton underwear, pyjamas, shapewear and more. The list goes on and on.

Another high-street hero is Boux Avenue, the lingerie brand stocking bras and knickers in every size, fit and colour you could possibly dream of. We've tried our fair share of Boux Avenue lingerie and can vouch for the fact that the accessible price point doesn't mean they lack in comfort.

Bluebella lingerie is a firm favourite among GLAMOUR editors for its trend-led, expensive-looking lingerie that doesn't cost your entire salary. They're a British lingerie brand, with lingerie that aims to be both intimate and luxurious.

For lingerie designed to help you feel like the best version of yourself, look to Wild Lovers. The brand is all about the confidence of expression and capturing a retro free spirit - so expect trend-driven prints (like bold zebra and clashing colours) and fabrics such as satin, lace and mesh.

You'll have to have been living under a rock if you've not heard of SKIMS' lingerie collection yet - it's everywhere and loved by everyone (especially minimalists like Kim Kardashian herself). Why? For the simple fact that is champions every body and every skin tone with wearable designs that lend themselves to every area of your lifestyle.

Rihanna caters to literally every body in her lingerie offering, regularly featuring people of all genders, sizes and ethnicities in her campaign images and catwalk shows. Every style at Savage X Fenty is available in a range of cup sizes from 32A to 42DD, plus XS to 3X in briefs and pyjamas, and styles are trend-led, colourful and mood-boosting. Think: cut-out detailing, lots of lace, chemises and corsets.

A firm favourite among fashion editors and influencers alike, Dora Larsen is best known for pastel hues and colour block lingerie that feels as dreamy as it looks. This is comfortable, everyday lingerie that's vibrant, playful and sexy.

Named after the Nigerian word for joy, Eberjey is all about flattering, feel-good basics. Predominantly known for its superior nightwear/sleepwear and pyjama sets, the brand has successfully translated its expertise into lingerie. Alejandrina Mejia and Mariela Rovito's designs strike the perfect balance between comfort and femininity and we're hooked.

Victoria's Secret = a brand that needs no introduction. Making shopping for lingerie online a total dream, you can filter styles to within an inch of their lives to find the very best style for you (underwired, T-shirt bra, hiphugger briefs, thongs and more).

Love Stories' USP is 'sexy but not sex', a sentiment they wholeheartedly achieve by marrying comfort and cute features like peekaboo mesh together perfectly. The result = everyday lingerie with an elegant twist. Think: lace bralettes perfect for smaller busts (granted: if you're over a D-cup you might struggle).

Founded by lingerie aficionado Jennifer Zuccarini, the New York label that is Fleur du Mal uses the finest French lace and silks to have you feeling confident from your very first layer. Fans of its luxurious creations include Julia Restoin Roitfeld and Daisy Lowe.

Parade believes, first and foremost, that the materials that touch your skin should be as comfortable as possible which is why their styles come in a range of fabrics - from seamless to cozy - that work for every occasion. The brand's mission is to be inclusive to everybody and celebrate diversity (which you'll notice scrolling through the products), whether that's through sizing, genders or elsewhere.

For fresh, young, and comfortable-but-sexy lingerie, look to Gilly Hicks. Owned by the Abercrombie & Fitch company, it regularly competes with Victoria's Secret for its on-trend designs that can suit a variety of needs. That bustier below? Try wearing it as the underwear as outerwear trend atop a shirt.

A firm favourite in the lingerie collections of every fashion editor around, Dora Larsen lingerie - as stocked at Net-A-Porter, Selfridge and Anthropologie, as well as their own website - hits the sweet spot between comfortable and ever-so-sexy. Their USP? Playful colour-blocking and all the pastels. Think: lavender paired with ice-blue or fuschia trims against bright orange mesh.

A relatively recent brand emerging from the Solihull area of Birmingham, Lounge is soon to become your go-to for day-to-day sexiness. Having recently set up shop in Covent Garden for a pop-up test on conquering the IRL shopping experience, this purveyor of delightfully-designed and very comfortable lingerie is on a path to becoming the next essential high street underwear pit stop.

The original shapewear brand, there's a lot more to Spanx than just its figure smoothing abilities. Launched by Sara Blakely after becoming frustrated by the lack of body-sculpting yet seductive lingerie on the market, Spanx fast took the women's underwear industry by storm with its streamlined designs, becoming to shapewear what hoovers are to vacuum cleaners.

Lilysilk's philosophy is to create beautiful pieces made from the finest materials, all of which are designed to be long-term investments that won't go out of style. Given that silk lingerie will never not be fashionable or luxurious, it's well worth making the investment in quality pieces like these. As far as the designs go, the colours available largely fall under elegant neutrals, taking a low-key and ultra-wearable approach that goes to increase their longevity, thus suiting women who prefer a subtler look.

Do note that the sizing offered by Lilysilk isn't quite as comprehensive as some lingerie brands in just small, medium or large. Though silk underwear doesn't need to be quite as form-fitting and won't make as much difference as the sizing of more structured bras, it's still a factor worth paying attention to for the perfect fit.

If you want history on your side, Simone Perele has been making lingerie since 1948, focusing on designs that are both supportive and comfortable while also capturing a very feminine feel with glamorous undertones. Lace is central to most Simone Perele designs, with black, white and cream featuring regularly throughout its collection, tapping into the elegant look you'd associate with French fashion. If she's into a more feminine vibe, it's worth a look, but keep in mind that sizes aren't the most wide-ranging of brands we've seen.

Bridging the gap between loungewear and lingerie, Gilly Hicks has a more relaxed vibe than many of the luxury brands in our edit, making it a great choice for those who feel less comfortable in bolder styles. Part of the Hollister brand, it tends to have a slightly younger audience, which comes through in the sportier designs that incorporate just a few sexier elements without being too much. It's easily wearable and comfortable, and also comes at a very affordable price tag.

Last but not least is Kiki de Montparnasse, the lingerie brand to opt for if pretty, delicate florals are her thing. Perfectly pairing playfulness with provocation, the New York-based lingerie label - named after model and actress Kiki de Montparnasse - is best known for unapologetic black and red lingerie which celebrates the female form. Just note: designs can be expensive. See here: their beaded lace bra which comes in at a sweet 1,068.

Founded by women, for women, Wild Lovers is the lingerie brand that puts a diverse image of femininity at its core. Eschewing a traditional offering of black lace and red mesh, the brand instead presents a selection of retro-inspired lingerie in trend-driven prints and vibrant colour palettes, all whilst catering to a range of body shapes and sizes. With everything from animal-printed corsets to satin thongs, Wild Lovers is here to awaken the inner ferocity of everyone who dons it. 041b061a72

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